OpenAI takes the wind out of scammers’ sails with an official app.
ChatGPT, an AI chatbot based on machine learning, conquered the world in just a few days, with millions traveling to it in the first week after its launch in November, and by February, the service had surpassed 100 million active users. .
Of course, the success also caught the attention of developers catching in confusion, who have been unable to produce fake ChatGPT applications since then, the installation of which carries serious risks. The good news is that almost half a year after the launch, the official chatbot app has already been launched, but the bad news is that almost not everyone has it.
Initially, OpenAI only made the app available on iPhones, and only in the United States. the Company advertising promises, that at some point in the next few weeks support will be extended to other countries, but the android camp will have to be content with the fact that they’ll be in line “soon”. For now, the vast majority of the world is left with Bing Chat, which is also based on OpenAI’s GPT language model and has been available for some time on Android and iOS.
ChatGPT’s official app is free, like the service, and includes the usual functionality of a text generator, and also integrates Whisper speech recognition that enables voice-based commands, also a development of OpenAI. Smooth use is facilitated by the fact that the app automatically syncs conversations between platforms, so you can easily switch between the web and mobile interface.
On the other hand, those who want to get the most out of the application are encouraged by OpenAI to sign up for the $20 monthly ChatGPT Plus subscription, which provides benefits such as instant responses and access to the more advanced GPT-4 language model.
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